mikedvzo Posted June 4, 2019 Share Posted June 4, 2019 Alfred 4.0.1 Mac OS Mojave 10.14.5 I am able to duplicate the issue on 2 separate machines running 10.14.5 and with Alfred 4 however, everything works fine with Alfred 3. I have a workflow that was written by a friend in Python for Alfred 3 to query the Exchange Calendar and list the meeting invites and allow you to select one and join a WebEx meeting. It is broken since upgrading to Alfred 4. I tried doing some basic testing since it relies on iCalBuddy and when I try a simple BASH script in Alfred to output the Calendar entries in Alfred it fails. However, all other generic arguments to iCalBuddy seem to work. The 1st command in BASH shell script in Alfred outputs the version but the second fails to output the calendar entries. Both work fine in Terminal /usr/local/bin/icalBuddy -V /usr/local/bin/icalBuddy calendars 2> /dev/null I looked at my console logs and I believe there is a permission issue since it is happening on 2 machines and it is an Alfred 4 with Mojave issue specifically. I receive the following log message every time I run the script from Alfred 4 but I am never prompted to allow Reminder access from Alfred. Neither Alfred 4 or Alfred 3 has permissions to Reminders in Privacy settings however Alfred 3 works fine. I believe there is a bug or compatibility issue with how Mojave is handling things different than previous versions of Mac OS. default 12:09:16.911791 -0400 tccd Prompting for access to kTCCServiceReminders from /Applications/Alfred 4.app/Contents/MacOS/Alfred on behalf of /usr/local/Cellar/ical-buddy/1.8.10/bin/icalBuddy Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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